However, there is no official description about the upcoming model 'Black Edition I. But if sources are to be believed, the new model include  18-inch wheels, grille trim, headlight surrounds, door mirror caps, spare-tire cover, and even the Jeep badge have been painted black; inside, the leather seats are—guess—black, and there is polished black trim.


Based on the upmarket Wrangler Sahara, the Black Edition II is well-equipped with navigation, the aforementioned leather seats, a body-colour hardtop, and—disappointingly for us—a five-speed automatic transmission.


Now after its launch in the European market, car lovers of Europe will have options to choose between the Wrangler two-door and the four-door Unlimited version, and both Chrysler’s 2.8-liter diesel four-cylinder and the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 sold stateside are available.